- Baron Fung, Dell’Oro Group
Exploring the latest enterprise data center and hybrid IT trends
In spite of the perceived dwindling importance of the enterprise data center, in comparison to that of its cloud-hosting peers, the technology decisions taken by the enterprise are the core of the data center ecosystem, impacting the direction and fortunes of all supply sectors.
This broadcast will explore how enterprise data centers are evolving, modernizing and responding to ever-increasing capacity demands as well as the accelerating evolution of technologies and systems. And, we will uncover how the business case for on-premise computing is pushing back against the dominance of colocation, cloud and the emergence of edge.
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